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zane brown and bob dall. jimmy, thanks for coming back. there's a wonderful call i picked up. i think it will be up on the full screen. the world is on the verge of a transition away from finance itself as a source of prosperity. and then you go on to say the money shufflers are in decline. and the hewers of wood and drawers of water will now inherit the earth. i love that, but you have to tell me what it means. >> throughout history we've had long periods when the financial types were in charge. then the people who produce real goods, farmers, miners, lumber jacks, et cetera were in charge. followed by finance again. well, finance has had its day. larry, there are hundreds of thousands of mbas, huge leverage in the financial system and governments don't like us anymore. they're coming down with regulations, controls, special taxes because they want to throw blame on the financial types. all those kids who got mbss, they made a mistake. they should have gotten agricultural degrees. >> okay we'll go back to working with your hands with technological style. can we get a new long-term se
's bring in zane brown, partner and fixed income stratguest at lord abbett. what did you take of the statement or parts of the statement that peter barnes read to us from d.c.? >> both the fixed income and equity marrets are likely to be disappointed. we're tired of the debate in washington and congress. the last thing we expected is this level of intense debate in the fed. we're used to more leadership from the fed. if they really can't collectively decide what they want to do, especially in the face of sequestration, which is going to be more fiscal drag, the 2% payroll tax, which is fiscal drag, you're entering a period of great uncertainty in terms of economic growth, you would have thought they would have at least focused on that and also, during the most recent meeting we got the announcement of a negative gdp for the fourth quarter. you thought, would have thought that would have within formed, informed the fed to maybe lean in the direction of providing more certainty of accommodation, at least until some kind of an economic threshold is approached. tracy: right. i agr
. gotta be it. senator sherrod brown, great to have you. we'll see you tonight at the state of the union. come on back again soon. >> thank you. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." billy zane stars in barabbas. coming in march to reelz. to find reelz in your area, go to reelz.com >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." >> bill: 33 minutes after the hour now on the "full court press." >> wake up! >> bill: are we -- >> you're on tv! >> bill: is this live? is this on? here we go. the "full court press" this tuesday morning february 12. good to see you today. we're coming to you live from our nation's capital. it is mardi gras nationwide. it is state of the union time in washington, d.c. everybody geared up for it. including joe cirincione from the ploughshares fund. our good friend and frequent guest. joe, good to see you again. >> my pleasure. thanks a lot bill. >> bill: very spiffy this morning. >> thank you, sir. >> bill: didn't you know it is dress down tuesday? >> it is state of the union. everybody dres up. well almost. >> bill: don't look around here anyhow. so first
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